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Alexander Band Weekly Practice Journal
All band students must submit a weekly practice journal. Students are expected to practice at least 100 minutes a week outside of band class. However, you are asked to be honest in this journal. You will be graded on whether or not the journal is completed.
What days did you practice outside of band rehearsal this week? You must have practiced at least 20 minutes for a day to count. Please check all that apply.
What were your practice goals this week?
Did you reach your practice goals this week? If so how, if not, why not?
What did you practice this week? Check all that apply.
Long Tones (winds only)
Rudiments (percussion only)
Small Ensemble Music
What musical techniques did you focus on? Please check all that apply.
Hand/ playing position
Learning new notes
What musical techniques did you focus on? Wind players only, Percussionists please check "I'm a percussionist." Check all that apply.
Attacks and Releases
I'm a percussionist
What practice techniques did you use? Please check all that apply.
Listening to recordings
Using a metronome
Focused on difficult passages
Practiced in front of a mirror
Practiced with a friend
Performed for parents
Saying note names out loud
Teach parent your instrument
What is the most difficult thing you practiced this week?
What is your favorite thing you practiced?
I have answered this practice journal honestly and have seriously answered all questions to the best of my ability. I understand that if Mrs. Van Winkle has reason to believe that my answers are not truthful, I may receive a zero for my journal.
This checkmark counts as the student's electronic signature. Students only.
As a Parent/Guardian, I have reviewed my child's work and all information is true.This counts as a Parent/Guardian Digital Signature. Parents/Guardian only.
I have reviewed the practice journal.
If you were sick AND absent from school, how many days were you sick? **you must still submit a practice journal even if you are sick**
Send me a copy of my responses.
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